Parker: I'm not Patience! Patience is dead, okay? She's dead and it sucks and that's the way it is. But you're alive! You're here!
Dodgson: You don't und--you don't understand. She was the only one who... I'm alone.
Parker: I don't understand? I had somebody. I lost someone once, okay? And I thought I was alone, too. But you know what? I wasn't. People thought I was crazy, but I never was. I--I never was, and neither are you. You're not alone.
Canada: January 28, 2013 on Super Channel 1
Injoke: Besides the title, there are several references to Alice in Wonderland:
* Charles Dodgson is named after Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, the author of the book.
* Mr. Carroll is named after Lewis Carroll, Dodgson's pseudonym.
* Alex Liddell is a near-exact phonetic match for Alice Liddell, the girl who was the inspiration for Alice in the novel.
* The two drug patches are colored red and blue, a reference to The Matrix where the pills are colored red and blue. The red pill lets Neo "stay in Wonderland."
* Sophie claims to work for Hatter Mercantile, a reference to the Mad Hatter, one of the characters in the novel.
Sophie: Sally Sparrow with Hatter Mercantile
Referencing the female character who appeared in the Doctor Who episode "Blink." Carey Mulligan plays the character, who carries the weight of the episode since the Doctor is trapped in the past due to an attack by the Weeping Angels.
Sophie: This is my partner, Mr. Steed.
Hardison uses the alias "Steed," alluding to the 60s British TV series The Avengers. Emma Peel (Diana Rigg) and John Steed (Patrick Macnee) starred as a pair of elegant, bantering spies. Hardison used the same alias in "The Inside Job."